Back on the market!
Stunning opportunities await in this 2-family home. Before you call for an appointment to see it in person, create the vision of your dream home in your mind, and then make it a reality here. Very comfortable second residence on the top floor, allowing for rental income. Significant. Also, the perfect place to live while you gut renovate your palace from the ground up. The property is sold "as-is" and, while move-in ready, would do well to be totally renovated.
320 10th Street is priced to sell. There are 1,369 square feet of buildable Floor Area space. Yes, this home is zoned for a sum total 3,466-sqft. The top residence includes 1 large bedroom and one junior bedroom that would be perfect for a home office. Skylights with stained glass elements allow for sunlight to pour right in. The primary residence is a 3-bedroom, 2-bath duplex. 11-foot ceilings on the 2nd floor for the two grand bedrooms and a full bath. The ground floor boasts its own private entrance to a spacious and cozy living room, overlooked by the kitchen. The oversized back yard is perfect for entertaining guests, or just having private outdoor space to enjoy the Brooklyn air. A well-apportioned bedroom and three-quarter bathroom are both present on the ground floor. Built at the turn of the century, this 2,097-squarefoot home abounds with original flourishes: Four decorative mantles on two floors; Decorated front entry windows on the inner doors; Moldings and ceiling decoration; Original wooden rails lining the staircase. You will be amazed at the strength of the floor, evident by the lack of creaking as you walk through each room.
All of this, roughly 500-feet from the F/G/R station at 4th&9th Street. Local buses include B63, B61, B103, B67 & B69. Then there's Fifth Avenue and its restaurants and shops, offering everything from the NY slice at Joe's (been there forever) to salads, juices, and great coffee at the cafe-grill Bagel Pub. Neergaard Pharmacy and Leopoldi Hardware can cover you on pretty much anything. D2 re-imagines the housewares discount shop. Nightlife is plentiful too! Two grocery stores are within three blocks: Foodtown and Steve's C-Town. Or be a member at the famed Park Slope Food Coop (PRO TIP: Walk your bags of farm fresh vegetables and healthy eco-friendly groceries DOWNHILL and take the R Train 1 stop ...you're home in a block!) Drivers will enjoy easy access to BQE, Belt Pkwy, Prospect Expy, and Battery Tunnel.
Prospect Park at 9th-Street is exactly 5 bus stops uphill, and just a splendid walk, ride, or roll home.
Please note pictures included are before and after reno. W/D hook-up.
Call David Shaeffer at Highline Residential to view your next home.